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Moment #3: Losing the Bigger Picture

In the last two posts I wrote a lot about Anglicanism, Anglicans, and Anglican achievements. Anglican stuff is kind of a big deal to me.                                                      There is a richness in the tradition, there is a refreshing revival happening, and there … Continue reading

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Moment #2: “What’s the name? Ant-lickin?…Angel-what?”

Despite being the third-largest Christian denomination in the world with an estimated 80 million members (that’s more than the populations of Portugal, Sweden, Ecuador, Switzerland, Serbia, Estonia, Belize, and Canada combined), many Americans have never heard of the Anglican Church. … Continue reading

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Moment #1: Describing Anglicanism as Exotic

When I first heard a priest describe Anglicanism I wanted nothing to do with it. It wasn’t that it was particularly offensive; it was just so different from anything I had experienced.  I didn’t have a grid for this kind … Continue reading

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